The World in 2050

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The World in 2050

Futurism is an Italian fine arts movement that was founded in 1909. Poet Filippo Tommaso Marinetti began the movement to celebrate modern technology and to free Italian art from the psychology of the past. Futurism influenced the 20th century’s art and design, which opened doors for the movements related to sculpture, theater, architecture, fashion, and music. Futurist principles value the science of computer programming; they believe that computers will make a significant difference in the world many years from now. With technology improving and reaching immense heights there is a great wonder about the world in 2050. What is known is there will be a world completely different in technology and arts, than we are familiar with today.

One very famous futurist is Dr. James Canton. He has been predicting the key trends that have shaped our world for the past 30 years. Dr. Canton is also a CEO and Chairman of the Institute for Global Futures, an entity that advises the government on future trends. He participates in advising the Global Fortune 100 on the trends in innovation, financial services, health care, population, life sciences, energy, security, workforce, climate changes, and globalization. He uses his abilities to answer questions on Global Warming, availability of gas, and the decrease in water. Futurists are authors, consultants, organizational leaders, and others who engage in interdisciplinary and systems thinking to advise private and public organizations on such matters as diverse global trends, plausible scenarios, emerging market opportunities, and risk management.

Media will transform as the years progress and by 2050, the world will be exploding with new technology. This transformation will enhance media making it faster and broader. It will be more efficient and more reliable. Electronics will be easier to access, giving people a chance to enjoy finding what they need quicker. Telephones will be voice...
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